SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Four Bandidos motorcycle club members have reached plea deals over the 2006 slaying of an Austin man who allegedly sought to establish a chapter of the rival Hell’s Angels.
Prosecutor Eric Fuchs said Tuesday that Robert Romo, Johnny Romo, Norberto Serna Jr. and Jesse Benavidez signed plea agreements Sept. 14.READ MORE: Rowlett Restaurant Owner Explains No-Mask Policy After Asking Family To Leave
The Bandidos were indicted in March in San Antonio on racketeering-related charges in the Austin fatal shooting of Anthony W. Benesh III.
That indictment was part of a case against ex-club president Jeffrey Pike and former vice president John Portillo.READ MORE: Rangers Stop Lynn, Beat AL Central-Leading White Sox 2-1
The Romo brothers pleaded guilty to murder in aid of racketeering. Serna and Benavidez pleaded guilty to a weapons-related count.
Authorities say Pike and Portillo await trial on allegations that they ordered members to commit murder, assault, extortion and drug trafficking.MORE NEWS: Police: Dallas Officer Arrested, Charged With Driving While Intoxicated
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